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High Court says no entitlement to workers compensation for sacked public servant
Employees can have their own opinions, but their social media activity must not conflict with their employment duties.
Australia
2 Sep 2019
2
Employer superannuation contributions in light of Bluescope Steel decision
Employers only need to make super contributions in respect of earnings for ordinary hours at ordinary rates of pay.
Australia
5 Aug 2019
3
Key changes to workplace laws take effect
Employers should be aware of, and seek advice about, these changes to workplace laws that commenced on 1 July 2019.
Australia
5 Aug 2019
4
How many employees does it take to make an enterprise agreement?
It is inconsistent with the objects of the Fair Work Act to limit the number of employees to make an enterprise agreement.
Australia
10 Jul 2019
5
Minimum wage rises effective 1 July 2019
Employers should be aware of these award increases when determining wages and ensuring workplace law compliance.
Australia
1 Jul 2019
6
What to expect from the industrial relations policy platform for the 2019 federal election
An industrial relations overhaul is likely if Labor is elected and some fine tuning to the FWA is likely if liberal is elected.
Australia
14 May 2019
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5 must-know employment law outcomes favouring employers
These recent decisions and statutory amendments could help employers to proactively manage any emerging HR issues.
Australia
6 Feb 2019
8
National Employment Standards to include unpaid family and domestic violence leave
All employees covered by the Fair Work Act 2009 can now access five days of unpaid family and domestic violence leave.
Australia
7 Jan 2019
9
Average pay increases in enterprise agreements
Employers negotiating enterprise agreements should note average pay increase trends and prepare an industrial strategy.
Australia
10 Dec 2018
10
Does the BOOT (Better Off Overall Test) fit - when bargaining for a new enterprise agreement?
Recent variations to modern awards will impact how employers should approach bargaining for new enterprise agreements.
Australia
10 Dec 2018
11
Making long service leave fairer for everyone
An overview of significant changes for employers in Victoria.
Australia
5 Dec 2018
12
Foodora delivery rider classed as an employee wins unfair dismissal case
This decision has implications for all who engage independent contractors, not just those operating in the gig economy.
Australia
3 Dec 2018
13
Alcohol consumption at work and an employers duty of care
An employer is not and should not be, in a position to control the after work or off duty behaviour of its employees.
Australia
4 Jul 2018
14
Employers: get ready for key changes to workplace laws on 1 July
Employers must be aware of the changes when assessing wages, unfair dismissal eligibility and workplace law. compliance.
Australia
2 Jul 2018
15
Enterprise agreement wage growth trends
Employers should be aware of industry wage growth trends and prepare an industrial strategy before enterprise bargaining.
Australia
12 Jun 2018
16
If your employee does not attend work, have they abandoned their employment?
Employers should review wording of their abandonment of employment clauses.
Australia
7 Mar 2018
17
High Court confirms union entitlement to represent non-members
A registered industrial association is entitled to apply for an order on behalf of industrial interests of a non-member.
Australia
8 Jan 2018
18
Terminating enterprise agreements to remain competitive and sustainable
University allowed to terminate its enterprise agreement because it inhibited its financial and operational performance.
Australia
6 Nov 2017
19
Industrial disputes in Australia on the increase
Employers with enterprise agreements due to expire should plan a re-negotiation strategy to minimise industrial action.
Australia
1 Nov 2017
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Employee bullied by CEO receives $1.4 million compensation
Workplace law compliance starts at the top: Employer held liable in negligence as a result of CEO's bullying behaviour.
Australia
4 Oct 2017
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